First Commissioned on May 22, 2007.
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Boker Anso 67—photos taken on 03/13/2011:
Boker Haddock with stonewashed blade—photos taken on 03/13/2011:
Condor 80 SSG—photos taken on 11/18/2007:
Condor 85 SSG—photos taken on 11/18/2007:
Global GS-37 kitchen knife with one-piece 5" bladed—photo taken on 09/11/2010:
Don Hedrick "mini" of an RMK #4-6-6-SS (#4-6" with #6 Grind and Stainless Steel blade) with 4" blade, Brass hilt (with Squared Top), Brass and Black spacers, Desert Ironwood handle, and Brass butt cap (radiused); also shown with its matching RMK #4-6" with #6 Grind knife—photos taken on 09/12/2010:
Don Hedrick "mini" of a Bowles Skinner (Rick Bowles' Dealer Special made by Randall Made Knives) with 2.5" Stainless Steel blade, Nickel Silver hilt, Aluminum and Black spacers, Desert Ironwood handle, Nickel Silver butt cap, and Chuddy Bear sheath with magnetic retention—photos taken on 05/20/2010:
Don Hedrick "mini" of Bowles Skinner #264 (Rick Bowles' Dealer Special made by Randall Made Knives) with 2.5" Stainless Steel blade, Brass hilt, Brass and Black spacers, Desert Ironwood handle in Teardrop shape, Brass butt cap (radiused), and Wrist Thong hole; also shown with Bowles Skinner #264—photos taken on 09/11/2010:
Horsehead Creek Knives Slim Bowie with 7 3/8" Fire-Blued Damascus blade, California Buckeye handle, Nickel Silver hilt, Mosaic pin, and Basketweave sheath (#745)—photos taken on 04/17/2007:
Horsehead Creek Knives Skinner with 4" Fire-Blued Damascus blade, stabilized/dyed crotch maple handle, and Mosaic pins—photos taken on 07/03/2007:
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